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FAQ-Netaji

FAQ-Netaji

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Are Indians really ready to acknowledge the contribution of one of the greatest IndianRevolutionary and Nationalist Freedom fighter of this Century who was subjected to anInternational conspiracy?
Q.
Are Indians really interested in knowing the true reason for Independence of India?
Q.
Are Indians really ready to change history books on Independence of India?
NETAJI SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Believe it or not, this is not just hearsay, references are either given to documentsOR information in bits and pieces is available with Researchers, Governments of India, UK, USA, Soviet Countries, Japan, China (2000 diplomatic files of period 1949- 55 to be declassified), Taiwan, North Korea, Vietnam, Germany, Italy, Mongolia,Tibet, Burma etc., in several books, and on INTERNET 
.
If this is not the TRUTH,then governments of above countries must open their Archives andClassified & Secret documents about INA and Netaji OR Taolin(Manchuria) OR Ghijai/Khilsai Malang (USSR) OR PardaBaba/Bhagwanji/Dusnami Sanyasi (India) to Researchers,
as according tothem Netaji had died more than 65 years ago in a Plane Crash, on 18 
th
August 1945.Netaji is no more a danger to anybody  even if he is alive at the age of 114 years,what is highly improbable.
If something is dangerous; that is theSIN(s) committed by our own revered leaders and peoplestowards NETAJI.
What is so unique in Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose?
 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is a name that glitters with glory in the history of freedommovements of the world .
He emerged as an outstanding leader, not of a nation or two but of thewhole Asian continent, who first resigned from ICS, the topmost service in India those days; roseto the topmost political position in India (Congress President); then moved from one corner toother in Europe as well as in Asia during second World War; established a ProvisionaGovernment of Free India and built an army of more than 50000 men, out of nothing, to fight themighty British Empire. 
There is no parallel leader in the world history who interacted/met and 
influenced so many top leaders of his period in so many countries; situated in different parts of the world and having diverse ideologies (Gandhi, De Valera, Attlee, Mussolini, Hitler, Tojo, Stalin, Mao, Ho Chi Minh etc.)
 
 Netaji was most dynamic leader of Indian National Movement and the greatest hero of India’s struggle for freedom.
 In 1946, Gandhiji  , in spite of all his Machiavellian Rivalry towards Netaji  ,had to call him as“PATRIOT of Patriots” and “PRINCE of Patriots” when he (Gandhi) wasafraid of his (Netaji) return from USSR.
(Ref: Letter dated 22 July 1946 from Khurshed Ben Naoroji, a secretary of Mahatma Gandhi to Prof. Louis Fischer, an American journalist to prevail upon the US president)
Who influenced Netaji’s life? What were his ideologies?
 Netaji was a political leader  primarily influenced by
the spirituality of Swami Vivekanand.
 Heemulated 
teachings of Bhagwat Gita
and 
thinking of his political mentor DesbandhuChitranjan Das.
 He was deeply influenced by
Bolshevik Revolution in Russia,  Resurrection Movement of Italy, Liberation Activities of Irish Revolutionary De Valera and Insurrectionof Modern Turkey under Kamal Pasha. 
Subhas had extensively studied 
Bismark, Mazzini,Garibaldi, George Washington
and many other political and social thinkers of the world.
 Netaji professed for 
Spiritualism
and
Nationalism
mingled with
Samajvad.
In his mostimportant book 
The Indian Struggle
’;
the
Political Party
he envisioned would work asfollows:1.
The party will stand for the
interests of the masses:
poors, peasants, workers etc.,
2.
It will stand for the
complete political and economic liberation of the Indian people.
3.
It will stand for Federal Government for India as the ultimate goal, but will believe in a
strong Central Government with dictatorial powers for some years to come, in order to putIndia on her feet.
4.
It will believe in a sound
system of state planning for the reorganization of theagricultural and industrial life of the country.
5.
It will seek to build up a
new social structure on the basis of the village communities of the past that were ruled by the village "Panch" and will strive to break down the existing socialbarriers like caste and religion.
 
Outlining the need of synthesis between Communism and Fascism, Bose invented an Indianword:
‘ 
Samyavad’ -
a synthesis of 
Justice 
and 
Equality 
(of Socialism) and 
Efficiency 
and 
Discipline 
(of Fascism).
Throughout his political career,
 India's Liberation from British rule
remained Bose's foremost  political goal;
indeed, it was his life long obsession.
Bose aimed for nothing less than theformation of "
a new India and a happy India on the basisof the eternal principles of 
Liberty, Democracy
and 
Socialism
". 
He rejected Communism (atleast as it was practiced in the Soviet Union) principally because of its impracticableinternationalism and because he believed that the theoretical ideals found in the writingsof Karl Marx could not be applied to India without modification.
 
He maintained socialistviews throughout and, on very many occasions, expressed his hope for
‘an egalitarian (especially classless and casteless) industrialized society in which the state would control the basic means of production’ 
. He also did not like many Nazi
 
thinking and methods of political control and openly opposed through letters andnewspapers even while living in Germany of Hitler’s period.
Why did Subhas resign from Congress President in 1939 in spite ofbeing elected by majority votes?
 Bose wanted an early resumption of the
 National-wide Struggle for Independence
 , to be
 preceded by an ultimatum to the British government 
. This caused much annoyance toGandhiji. Gandhiji opposed Subhas when he again stood for the election of the Presidentship of the Congress in 1939.
 Subhas
defeated 
 Pattabhi Sitaramaiyya
by obtaining 1580 votes against 1371 votes
in spite of open opposition from Gandhiji and his courtiers.
Gandhiji became veryangry that his nominee was defeated and publicly declared that this was his personal defeat. After that Gandhiji went to Rajkot and went on a fast.
Gandhi Wing and Nehru opposed Subhas on every occasion.
Almost all Congress WorkingCommittee members resigned to make it difficult for Bose to continue to function.Subhastried to pacify Gandhiji but later did not cooperated. Ultimately, Subhas
resigned from the Presidentship of Congress on 29 April 1939.
Why Britishers treated Subhas ENEMY NUMERO-UNO (Enemynumber one)? Why did they arrest him 11 times?
Subhas was in favour of continuous and uncompromising struggle to finishBritish rule in India.
 His writings in Newspapers, his address in publicmeetings and his huge followings all over India were propagatingtowards an open revolution.
According to British secret records Subhas was
implacable foe of British rule in India
” and “
the most dangerous man in India
”.
Subhas had personal links and influence on revolutionaries all over India and particularly in Bengal. As per British Report:
“Subhas’s brain was behind all the terrorist
(read
 Revolutionary
 
 
)
activities in Bengal
 
There can be no question of his 
 
release.” 
During 1928 to 1931,
Subhas Bose presided over several gatherings of Youth Congress,Trade Union Congress, Naujawan Bharat Sabha (established by Bhagat Singh) andRevolutionary groups like
 
Anushilan, Bengal Volunteers Force, Shri Sangh etc. Subhasemerged as the sole leader of revolutionary radical forces during that period,
after BhagatSingh and his companion got arrested in Assembly Bomb case.
It was extremely difficult for British to keep Subhas free in the middle of Indian Public and also in Indian prisons. Former action was digging the root of British Raj in India and later action was creating public unrest and sympathy for Subhas.

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